Carphone Warehouse has confirmed that it will be stocking Apple’s new iPhone SE. The high street chain will be making the device available on major networks and its own iD carrier.
Pre–orders are due to go live on March 24th. Pricing and contract details will be revealed then.
iD follows Three and Vodafone as iPhone SE stockists. Vodafone says it will offer customers who choose the device on its 4G network unlimited data for the first two months of their contract.
Meanwhile, Three is offering six months free music streaming with Deezer to new and existing customers who sign up for Apple’s latest handset.
No networks have revealed monthly costs yet. The 16GB version of the iPhone SE will cost £359 if bought SIM–free from Apple, rising to £469 for the 64GB edition.
The iPhone SE features a string of similar features to the company’s flagship iPhone 6S, including the same 12 megapixel camera, 4K video recording and an A9 processor.
While 3D Touch input is missing, Apple Pay is available to use in stores on a four-inch iPhone for the first time.
After a week of pre–orders, Apple is putting the iPhone SE on general sale on March 31st. The company is hoping to arrest flatlining iPhone sales with its new, more affordable smartphone